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The University of Chicago Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education (CEMSE), the institutional home of the authors of Everyday Mathematics, will be offering Everyday Mathematics workshops for new and experienced users.
Everyday Mathematics New-User Workshops
These sessions are intended for teachers who are either:
--New to Everyday Mathematics or
--Teaching a new grade level of the curriculum.
The sessions will include a discussion of basic implementation strategies for Everyday Mathematics. A common thread throughout will be discussion of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSS-M), including the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Select from the following New-User Sessions:
July 23: Everyday MathematicsGrade 1
July 23: Everyday Mathematics Grade 2
July 24: Everyday Mathematics Grade 3
July 24: Everyday Mathematics Grade 5
July 25: Everyday Mathematics Grade 4
July 25: Everyday Mathematics Kindergarten
July 16: Everyday Mathematics K–5 Special Ed.
Everyday Mathematics Experienced-User Workshops
These sessions are intended for experienced users who are interested in receiving a more in-depth look at the mathematics and pedagogy of Everyday Mathematics. A common thread throughout will be discussion of the CCSS-M and the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Teachers will work in grade level bands of K–2 or 3–5.
Select from the following Experienced-User Sessions:
July 16: Everyday Mathematics Grades K–2
July 17: Everyday Mathematics Grades 3–5
WHERE: CEMSE (Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education)
University of Chicago
1225 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637
Free street parking is available on 60th Street or on the Midway Plaisance. If no street parking is available, please come to the lobby of 1225 E. 60th St. to receive a parking pass to a nearby lot.
Breakfast - 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Workshop - 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Lunch will also be provided
Participants teaching grades 1st - 5th should bring the Teacher's Lesson Guide, Volume 1, the Assessment Handbook, and the Differentiation Handbook. Kindergarten participants should bring the Teachers' Guide to Activities and the Assessment Handbook.
Cost: $100.00. The price includes a light breakfast and lunch.
All session are limited to 35 participants. A minimum of 15 participants is needed for each session or the session will be canceled. If a session is canceled you will receive a full refund. CPDUs will be awarded upon completion. Credit Card payment is the only payment option. We are unable to accept POs or checks.
Questions about the workshops: contact Denise Porter, CEMSE Co-Director of School Support Services - email@example.com / 773-834-0060
Questions about registration: firstname.lastname@example.org